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The Taste of Many Mountains

The Taste of Many Mountains

By Bruce Wydick
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3 Stars

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On 5/9 ELIANA SKOULARIKI wrote: Plot: This book is about the coffee market, that is the process of coffee production in Guatemala and the free trade market. In the book we follow the story of a few graduate students who work on a project on how the money is distributed throughout the different stations in the process of coffee production. The ... The Taste of Many Mountains- Book Review

ELIANA's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/13 Amanda Snow wrote: One of my favorite bloggers, The Modern Mrs. Darcy, occasionally hosts a feature she calls Twitterature, where bloggers can share what they've been reading in short, casual reviews. Though she hasn't posted one in awhile, it's my favorite way to review lately as my time is short but my desire to share ... Twitterature

Amanda's Rating:

2 Stars

On 1/28 EpicFehlReader wrote: The concept of this book really intrigued me and the idea of four graduate students traveling through Guatemala seemed like there might possibly be a decent adventure story included. Meh, not so much. The author, in his introduction, explains that he was inspired to write this novel (which was inspired ... Better Off Reading A Non-Fiction On The Topic

EpicFehlReader's Rating:

2 Stars

On 1/26 Lavish Bookshelf wrote: Without a doubt, Taste of Many Mountains by Bruce Wydick will appeal to many more readers than any verbose esoteric economics study on the Fair Trade coffee. This novel is a fictionalized account of students and other people that Wydick has encountered in real-life during his research in rural Guatemala. ... Lavish Bookshelf Reviews: Taste of Many Mountains

Lavish Bookshelf's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/6 Debra Brinkman wrote: Back as a junior in high school, I took an economics course for one semester. I loved it. So much so that as a senior, I ended up enrolling at North Dakota State University to take a college course in Macro Economics, and then the next semester I took Micro Economics. Once I got to the University ... The Taste of Many Mountains {a BookLook Blogger review}

Debra's Rating:

4 Stars